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T Magazine: A Perfectly Simple Hermès Watch That’s Simply Perfect

Photo Credit Joanna McClure The new Slim d’Hermès is an expression of luxurious minimalism. Unlike timepieces designed to measure your steps while tracking your pace, the French house has created a line of watches for both men and women — its first series in over 20 years — that marks the passing of time in …

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T Magazine: A Perfectly Simple Hermès Watch That’s Simply Perfect

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T Magazine: Intriguing Sketches Reveal the Depths of Geoff McFetridge’s Quirky, Beautiful Mind

Like most artists, Geoff McFetridge relies on early drawings to inform his final works. An illustrator based in Los Angeles, the 43-year-old creates graphic images in fine lines and bold colors, and his output is as prolific as it is varied: He has produced skateboard decks and album covers, cleaning product packaging and beer bottle …

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About Home

Scholten & Baijings’s Bright Ideas A husband-and-wife team is brightening up the sober Dutch design world. They take T on a video tour of their colorful home, which they describe as a living still life. Marie Christophe’s Delicate Balance In rural France, the sculptor of whimsical objects finds a home for her urbane sensibilities. The …

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About Home

Scholten & Baijings’s Bright Ideas A husband-and-wife team is brightening up the sober Dutch design world. They take T on a video tour of their colorful home, which they describe as a living still life. Marie Christophe’s Delicate Balance In rural France, the sculptor of whimsical objects finds a home for her urbane sensibilities. The …

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Shopping With Antonino Buzzetta: Stylish Bedside Clocks

Shopping With Antonino Buzzetta By RIMA SUQI March 4, 2015 Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, and in the spirit of springing forward, the interior designer Antonino Buzzetta, 30, went looking for stylish bedside clocks. Because many people now use their phones as alarm clocks, he pointed out, bedside clocks don’t have to be …

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Design Notebook: The Furniture Maker Scott McGlasson

Design Notebook When Profits Can Become Sawdust By MICHAEL TORTORELLO March 4, 2015 ST. PAUL — What is the value of a dining-room chair? You can’t eat it. And you can sit on the floor free, as millions (billions?) of people do. A chair — any chair — is a luxury. But then what would be the …

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On Location: A Victorian Loft With Creature Comforts

On Location By ELAINE LOUIE When James Ramsey and Jennifer Blumin bought a TriBeCa loft from the 1830s, they were determined to keep all the original details: the old windows, the tin ceilings, the brick walls. “You can feel the 19th century here,” Mr. Ramsey said, “and imagine the gas-lit street.” To be sure, Mr. …

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On Location: Sustainable Living in Mom’s Backyard

On Location By SANDY KEENAN For more than a year, Petto Chan refused to consider his wife’s idea of building a small, sustainable house in the backyard behind the large Vancouver home where he grew up with his extended family. He simply couldn’t get over the stigma of living among the garbage cans and garages …

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On Location: With Wide-Open Acres

On Location By STEVEN KURUTZ There is a lesson to be taken from how Christina Salway and her husband, John Moskowitz, came to buy a farmhouse near Callicoon, N.Y., in Sullivan County, a year and a half ago. The lesson, depending on your point of view, is either don’t peer into the windows of real …

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